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This forum has a long history, by interent standards anyway-unfortunately it has been abandoned for far too long due to real life circumstances knocking the heck out of what had been my very real desire to keep this board alive and well forever so that all of us could meet here and communicate with each other everyday.

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BobP, Sir!

You and me, the first time we meet.....:

I hope you are enjoying a good newly arrived spring, with nice strawls along the Thames. Over here, nothing has yet really sprung out though. Not even buds on the trees yet. But it is in the air so to say, for th trees to soon start showing those.

T G C! And please give Julie my best wishes also!


Re: BobP, Sir!

That is about my speed now, I put off until tomorrow what I can do today. Man have I gotten lazy in my old age.

Re: BobP, Sir!

A.B., Awww thank you for the funny and fitting B.C. comic strip. I was going to reply to this yesterday,
Spring hasn't sprung here yet, either-though we've had some spring-like days in between some very wintery ones.
We went to Covent Gardens Saturday, it was a nice day, and we had a great time. There were some funny and talented street entertainers, a great crafts show and then we stopped by a 'Cheers' pub near Picadilly Circus, followed up by a visit to a nice pub in Streatham, though they had a rugby game on the TV rather than their usual music.
On the way there we ran into an anti-war protest at Trafalgar Square! Later on we went thru there again on the way to Brixton and saw umpteen-zillion anti-war signs littering the entire area-apparently anti-war folks aren't anti-litter folks, too?!
Yesterday was a beautifully miserable day. Wet, windy and cold-but we visited Julie's mum in spite of the weather. Today is coldish and damp, there's no sign of Spring springing up yet, though earlier today I saw some squirrels that weren't wearing their long johns.
Julie's on a training course today, I'm meeting her afterward and we'll do some shopping and then come back here to warm up.
T G C from Julie and me, A.B.

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